We're Back!

Well hello again public world! I've thought for a while now about which is worse, letting people read my blog that I don't appreciate, or being on Facebook. Clearly, I've made my choice. I'm really hating Facebook lately. It's nice to keep updated with friends and family, but for some people I'm kept TOO updated. Facebook is annoying in the fact that every little thing someone does is publicized. Anyway, I'll keep my account but in order to downsize time spent on there, I'm going to update our blog more often.

Wow, life is hectic! I have so much homework in the next few weeks, especially this week, I could cry. Actually, I already have but I could cry again. I AM a woman. I also have many fun things going on this week, so I need to get it all done so I can enjoy them. Cory is spending his time building another rear bumper to sell. It's going to have a logo and everything. Very official! I'm so proud of him. He's so talented! We're busy but happy otherwise. Thank heavens for Cory. He keeps me from losing my head. :)

In sad news, I won't be a Utah student this summer. I'll need to get my associates or letter of completion before they'll take me. I wish they would have told me that sooner. So, instead, I'll probably look for a summer job. If anyone knows of anything, let me know. NO LANDSCAPING. haha.

In unrelated news, this is a blog, so I wish to blog about super irrelevant things. First off, I'm sad Avatar got snubbed at the Oscars last night. The Academy always pics rated "R" movie. Morals just can't win. Also, I LOVE Sandra Bullock.
She's gorgeous and wonderful. However, her arms were so sick! Women should NOT have muscular arms, unless they choose to be body builders. It's just gross. In my opinion, women should look feminine like this:

They should NOT look like dudes.
I also was informed about a body wash that's supposed to be good for sensitive skin.

A friend of mine told me that her daughter also has eczema and Olay keeps her's in check. I tried it last night. It was super awesome as far as moisturizing is concerned and I haven't itched yet since using it. I'll have to keep you updated on how it does. It's worth the price. And if it works, I can stop going tanning! YAY!! That'll save me tons of money. 
Anyway, I hope everyone has a great day!


Tory said...

I think I will give that body wash a try as well. My legs are super dry lately. Also, I hope to disgust you sometime in the future...I am working on getting some ripped arms! I am sure it'll never happen, but here's hoping!

Katrina Mortensen said...

I know what you mean about facebook I took myself off all the way. I just update my blog too now. If you want an invite to mine let me know. email me at kmorty42@hotmail.com

Lisa McLachlan said...

Olay is always good. Walmart has a rip-off version that I always buy, but I know my skin is totally different than yours. :) Thanks for updating the blog. I'll try & update mine more often.

Jennifer said...

I'm glad you found a body wash that works well for you! Iactually spent most of the day yesterday researching the history of soap and how it has been made (or not made) throughout history. Right now I'm interested in Castile soap, which is made using mostly olive oil, and I would love to be able to make my own soap sometime, it's actually very economical and better for your skin, and best of all you can make it exactly how you want. :)